UPDATE ON SSLV3 “POODLE” SECURITY VULNERABILITY

Immediately following the public disclosure of the POODLE vulnerability(CVE-2014-3566), CDNetworks disabled CBC ciphers for use with SSLv3 connections to protect our customers and their users. All traffic delivered via CDNetworks has been fully protected from POODLE since then. As part of our continual process of security enhancements, we will begin fully disabling support for SSLv3 on Wednesday […]

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CLIENT SPOTLIGHT: REVOLT TV

Interview with Grant Koeneke, VP of Digital Engineering at REVOLT TV With a target audience between the ages of 16 and 25, REVOLT TV delivers a new sort of music-related programming – the kind that reflects viewing habits of the young and incessantly web-connected. These viewers don’t just see and interact with REVOLT’s content through their TV […]

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ROUTE LEAK INCIDENT ON OCTOBER 2, 2014

Today, CloudFlare suffered downtime which caused customers’ sites to be inaccessible in certain parts of the world. We take the availability of our customers’ web properties very seriously. Incidents like this get the absolute highest priority, attention, and follow up. The pain felt by our customers is also felt deeply by the CloudFlare team in […]

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UNIVERSAL SSL: HOW IT SCALES

On Monday, we announced Universal SSL, enabling HTTPS for all websites using CloudFlare’s Free plan. Universal SSL represents a massive increase in the number of sites we serve over HTTPS—from tens of thousands, to millions. People have asked us, both in comments and in person, how our servers handle this extra load. The answer, in a […]

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